Xbox Live Director of Programming Larry Hryb — more commonly known by his gamertag Major Nelson — has revealed February’s pick of Xbox Live Games With Gold. Four new adrenaline-pumping games are headed your way this month, starting with the gory FPS gymnastics of FPS Shadow Warrior and a 2.5D Assassin’s Creed expedition. Closing the curtain is Crazy Taxi, a wild transportation adventure where time is of the essence, and so is money. Check out the full list of games down below.
Ubisoft celebrate Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 3 content release with several special editions to allow more players to jump in.
Fe, the gorgeous upcoming platform adventure game developed by Zoink Games and published under the EA Originals label by Electronic Arts is set to release in the coming weeks. Now we have some exciting news to pump up indie fans, even more, wccftech recently got the technical specifications for the Nordic adventure title, The game is listed as Xbox One X enhanced on Microsoft’s official list and Zoink Games has confirmed that the title will run at native 4K resolution and 30 frames per second on Microsoft’s console; on the other hand, PlayStation 4 Pro will run the game at 1260p (2240×1260) and 30 frames per second.
Last year Sony initially confirmed that Detroit: Become Human will arrive spring, but it seems that there was some doubt that the game will actually hit the announced mark. Now, In response to a tweet sent by a fan, Quantic Dream has affirmed that the neo-noir thriller will definitely be releasing Spring 2018.
Apparently Ubisoft missed the memo on the whole Star Wars Battlefront II loot box controversy from just a couple months ago because the publisher is now adding a randomized rewards system to one of its biggest games from 2017.
Monster Hunter: World is set to release tomorrow, and what more fitting way to push an open-world hunting title, than a collaboration with a game that’s just as dead set on taking down giant monstrosities?
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been infamously known as a cheaters playground with hackers making use of a variety of different tools to modify the game for specific players (speedhacks aimbot, ect), making life increasingly shitty for the common player. Luckily, PUBG Corp has been doing seemingly everything in its power to put a strong stomp malicious malcious players, it’s anti-cheating system Battleye bans around 6,000 accounts – and the team is hard at work to make sure that the system works even harder.